Escape sequence of interest?
Saying I c-out the following...
cout << "Is there such a";
Then I call the escape sequence \b... now the cursor will be under 'a' in my static string. Saying I wanted to erase 'a' now, but just 'a' after going back a space. Is there an escape sequence to do this? How would I be able to detete just this? The reason I am asking, is because I am making a simple 2D game to test my skills with matrix arrays and everytime I move the player on the screen it is leaving a copy of itself behind. Thanks!